The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #51

The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #51

Starting the year with a positive vibe, we’d like to welcome you to the 51st week of blogger outreach round-up articles meant to help you discover why blogger outreach is becoming an important part of more and more social media campaigns.

We’ve searched the web for the most interesting blogger outreach articles and again we were amazed to see how this topic is creating an ever growing online buzz.

The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #51

As usual, we give the best posts for this week:

  1. Yvonne DiVita from Blog Paws is our first choice for this week. Her article The Power of Blogging reveals a couple of interesting facts about bloggers. If you’d like to learn more about how bloggers are interacting across social media, then we’re sure you’ll find the insights Yvonne’s sharing useful.
  2. Julia Cantor’s blog post is our second pick for this round up. We found her thoughts on The Brand/Blogger Relationship is Much Different than the Brand/Traditional Journalist Relationship to be quite interesting. Check it out and see what Julia has to say about this!
  3. The 3rd article we came across is How Bloggers & PR Pros Work Together written by Andrea Karpala on the Women In PR blog. You’ll find her article to be a great resource for both bloggers and PR pros, so don’t miss reading it.
  4. Saving the best for last, our old acquaintance, Chris Abraham shares another great blog post on blogger outreach. Be a Big Fish in the Blogger Outreach Pond is the article that caught our attention. “Would you rather be the smallest fish in a big pond or the biggest fish in a small pond?” is indeed a tough question that Chris tries to answer in this blog post.

That’s it for this week. Enjoy reading the articles, learn from the authors’ experiences and share your thoughts.

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If you know of a good article, or you’ve written an article that you think should be included in our weekly blogger outreach round-ups, email me at chris[at]blogdash.com .

  • Thank you very much, as always, for including me in your roundup! I am much obliged.

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